The Dot Charitable Foundation Inc.
The Dot Charitable Foundation is a NSW registered non-profit organisation (CFN/20997) founded in 2009.
At The DOT Charitable Foundation, a children’s charity, we care for the disadvantage and sick children, and their families so they can be physically, mentally and emotionally healthy for the road ahead.
Unfortunately for thousands of families there is a moment in time which changes their life forever. It can be the diagnosis of a chronic or life threatening illness or an accident, and from this moment it will never be the same again.
10Years of Progress (2009-2019)
TOTAL FUNDRAISED AMOUNT
The total fundraised amount by the Dot Charitable Foundation
as at Thursday 20th August 2020:
We are dedicated towards providing:
Paediatric wards of government hospitals in Sri Lanka with much needed medical equipment. The Medical equipment we donate are specifically requested by the hospital’s doctors required provide critical services.
Care and support to sick children and their families, with life limiting or threatening illnesses, disability or any other needs, giving better quality to their young lives.
Financial sponsorship to preschools and preschool children. Due to economic hardships most of the families from rural villages are unable to pay the preschool fees and the result is most of the children are not getting proper preschool education.
Provide shelter for sick and low income children’s families to the betterment of their lives with security.
Consider making a donation, sponsor a child, volunteer your time or simply share our message with others. Your contribution will make a difference. Together, we can bring comfort and happiness to them. It would not be possible without your support.
Please join our cause and lend these children your hand.
Thank you for your support.
DOT Charitable Foundation Projects
The DOT Foundation has donated RS 110,252,00 to build the roof of Wahigala Dineth's house. Thank you to Help Hand for coordinating the project.
Chamuditha is a year 7 student at Thisamaharama Maha Vidyalaya, Thisamaharama. He has a disability, and as a result he is unable stand or walk. Chamuditha is highly engaged in his studies and music. His parents couldn’t afford to buy a Keyboard to improve his music...
Dasun, Bagya, Chenuka and Lasika have received LKR 81,000.00 each from The DOT Charitable Foundation Inc. for their medical and other expenses. Dasun had an accident when he was playing with his brother and had a head injury. As a result, he is now a disabled...
W A Susantha, his wife and two children lives in a rural village of Dakuniiwura, Lunugamvehera in Sri Lanka. He is a casual labourer and his income depends only if he finds work for the day. His current home is not in a good condition and it is not at all suitable...
Piyarathna is a labourer and he has three young daughters. They live in Kumarigama, Uhana. Their house has not completed yet and the doors and windows are covered with polythene covers. There is no security for theses innocent girls. "The DOT Hope Home for...
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Our mission is to provide funds for sick children and young people, from non affluent backgrounds in Sri Lanka. We are there to help improve the lives of children diagnosed with a life-threatening illness, faced with a lifetime medical condition or are involved in tragic accidents. We assist them financially towards their medication, medical procedures, hospital charges etc.
The DOT Charitable Foundation
Cherrybrook NSW 2126
Get In Touch
Nirmitha Liyanaarachchi – 0450 602 940
Roger Perera – 0413 713 911
Champa Uawela – 0403 242 411